Snow and Trees Ornament

Hi Clean and Scentsible readers!
I’m Sarah from Alderberry Hill. Today I am sharing a quick and easy but stunning ornament to trim your tree with!

I am so pumped about guest posting here today for the Trim the Tree Party, big ~HUGS~ to Jen for having me!
  • Clear glass or shatterproof ornament
  • Epsom Salts
  • Scrapbooking Paper
  • Mod Podge
  • Ribbon
  • Pretty Paper Fastener (optional)
  • Stickles
Snow & Trees Ornament 1
{In case you don’t know what Stickles are, here’s a pic above!}
  • I cut out my trees using this silhouette file but you could easily cut three triangles with tree trunks and it would work perfectly and look fantastic too!
  • I glued my trees to the ornament with Mod Podge, then filled the ornament with Epson salts up to the base of the trees.
  • Add a beautiful holiday ribbon.
Snow & Trees Ornament 2
I said it was quick and easy!
I didn’t tie my ribbon, I used a pretty paper fastener instead, you know those ones with the two prongs on the back.

Snow & Trees Ornament 5
Here is where I used the stickles, simply put little dots all around the outside of the ornament to resemble snow and let it dry overnight.

Snow & Trees Ornament 3

Voila, all done!

Snow & Trees Ornament 4

Thanks again Jenn for having me, I had a blast!
Be sure to pop over to Alderberry Hill for my link party, Make the Scene Monday!
Stop by to view some of my other Christmas Projects too!

1 101 thumb1 Paper Cone Christmas Trees

PAPER TREE ORNAMENTS 10 thumb1 Paper Cone Christmas Trees
1 246 thumb2 Paper Cone Christmas Trees
Homemade Snowballs and A Christmas Lantern

I always love quick and easy projects and this one is SO cute!!  I love the look of the stickles.  Sarah always has the best holiday projects over at Alderberry Hill so don’t forget to check things out. She has definitely been one busy little elf!



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